Another Island in Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park has a nice beach and offers some spectacular view of corals and marine life. The diverse species of corals can be observed in their natural ambiance. If you happen to be an adrenaline freak and enticed by water sports, the Red Skin island will surely live up to your expectations as there is plenty of scope for snorkelling.
A boat ride of 25 minutes off Diglipur gets you to the serene twin islands called Ross and Smith Island. These islands are connected by a path formed of white sand. The beaches here promise uncluttered vistas and soft waves sweep up along the shore.
Hut Bay Island has a varied variety of tropical forest, and is a home for a number of extraordinary classes of marine life. Unlike Port Blair this island has no natural harbour and therefore an artificial break water is constructed to provide safe harbour for ships. Some of the rarest flora and fauna have thrived in peace on this island. Many tribal habitats can be found at the island.
If you happen to possess a mellow spot for exploring the enigmatic and intriguing underwater life, the venue of Jolly Buoy will certainly not disappoint you. It is an island in Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, it offers a breath taking under water view of coral and marine life. It is an ideal place for snorkelling, sea bathing and sun basking
The Great Nicobar Island is the only island in Andaman and Nicobar, which has perennial rivers- the Galathea, Alexandria and Doyma. The northern half of the Great Nicobar Island has hills and mountain ranges while the rest of the island is fairly flat. The island also houses the biosphere reserve area.
Little Andaman beckons for those who want to elope from the mundane and monotonous urban life to enjoy the beauty of the sea, sandy shore and the green symphony of the nature. This island offers a perfect mix of white sandy beaches, bewitching waterfalls, boating through the creeks, elephant safari. It is also famous for its red oil palm plantation.
It has the distinction of being the only active volcano in India. There is no monument or any such thing on Barren Island but still people like to have a glimpse of it. In the South-East part of the Barren Island, two cold water fountains have been located in the dry drains.
Diglipur is one of the most famous islands in Andaman. The main town of North Andaman, it is famous for its oranges, rice and marine life. Saddle Peak (732 meter) is the highest point in the island is nearby. Kalpong the only river in Andaman flows here, and the only Hydro-electric project of the islands is on the river.
Situated in the northern part of Middle Andaman, Mayabunder offers excellent scenic beauty and serene beaches. The beaches have a mangrove ecosystem which not only appeals the eco-friendly tourist but also attracts the general eye.
Rangat falls in Middle Andaman with pristine beaches, waterfalls and interesting island. There is a well known, beautiful beach known as Aamkunj beach. Fisheries and cultivation are two primary occupations of people in this island. One can enjoy the quiet village life and solitude of virgin nature here.
Baratang island between South and Middle Andamans has beautiful beaches. Andaman Trunk Road to Rangat and Maayabunder goes through this island. Baratang is quite unexplored from the tourism point of view. Mud volcanoes and Limestone Caves can also be seen in this island with the permission of Forest department.
It sees far fewer visitors than either Neil or Havelock but boasts a couple of excellent beaches. The beautiful Long Island is home to a lovely sandy beach at lalaji Bay. It also has a beautiful forest patch and coconut plantations. The island is less visited, which is good news if you’re looking for some isolated spots to yourself.
Neil Island is much smaller than Havelock Island but it is the must visit place for those who are searching for relief. Empty green fields, excellent food, good staying options, wonderful views, beautiful sunset, starry nights and coastal beach make this island more incredible.It is also known as the Vegetable bowl of Andaman. Plenty of…
It is the largest island sanctuary in the Andaman and Nicobar Island. Surrounded by dense forest area and close to the beach, there is no permanent human inhabitation on the island. It is covered by semi evergreen forest and the remaining area harbours mangroves and littoral forests. This wildlife sanctuary with its unbelievable flora and fauna will not disappoint you. The scenic beauty of the place is delight.
Landfall Island Wildlife Sanctuary gives an opportunity to travellers to observe animals in their natural habitat. Tropical rain forest mangroves covers the most of the forest here. Also there are various tribes who lives in the island.
It is adjacent to Campbell bay National Park, it houses some rare flora and fauna that is not found elsewhere. Part of the larger Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve the Galathea National Park is not only an adventure but also a life changing experience, it gives the traveller a rare opportunity to be one with nature.
Saddle Peak has become a hot spot for naturalist in the recent years. This national park is famous for some of the most endangered and rare species of flora and fauna. Vegetation found in this Park is unique and is rarely found in the national parks of mainland India.
Located on the Great Nicobar Islands, Campbell Bay National Park is rich in aquatic life and houses a wide range of flora and fauna. It has lush greenery with tropical evergreen forest having orchids and tree ferns.
The summer headquarters of the Chief Commissioner during British Raj, Mount Harriet is the most exotic and one of the most visited national park in Andaman Island. Travellers admire this place for its peaceful environment and breath taking views of sea from the peak. One can trek upto Madhuban through a natural trail. The pleasant ambience of this national park renders an unforgettable tour experience to travellers.
It is a man made park in which a huge variety of flora and fauna is kept inside in the form of samples. The area is dotted with islands , most of them within visual distance from each other. The adventurists gang up to go kayaking in glass bottom boats, snorkelling or scuba diving to relish the coral reefs and colourful marine life.
With plethora of things to do one of the most famous and important activity is to do scuba diving in Andaman. There are various vendors that offer scuba diving packages in Andaman. Some of the most famous scuba diving sites in Andaman include Havelock Islands, Neil Islands etc.
North Button Island National Park is often visited for the rich presence of diverse animal species here. Important fauna species found in the park include Dugong, Dolphin, Water Monitor Lizard.